The History of Punk.

Here's the last of the posters I did for School of Rock. It originally featured full faces, but I eventually realized that most of the images held more power without them. The style of The Ramones, Henry Rollins' angry energy and Iggy Pop's crowd-supported legs said more about the history of punk than their faces.


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Ferris Bueller's Day Off

A few weeks ago, I had an idea. That idea was to make movie posters. There are a number of movie houses in town that show older movies, and I want to make new posters for them. The Laurelhurst for example, focuses on a single genre/era every month; I think it would be great to do a handful of posters in a similar style so that they have a cohesive way of advertising their films. Then I would approach them with the posters and, hopefully, get free advertising for my business. For starters, I made this poster for Ferris Bueller's Day Off. I haven't shown it to the theater (they're not even showing it anymore), but I've got time to make more and maybe show them a crop of posters.


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